Bellwoods Social House Has Closed for Good in Westside

March 28, 2017 Chris Fuhrmeister

The restaurant was put up for sale last month

After a two-and-a-half-year run in Westside, Bellwoods Social House has closed its doors for the last time, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The restaurant announced its shutter on Instagram.

The closing was somewhat abrupt, but the writing had been on the wall for at least a month. In February, owner Leif Johnson put Bellwoods on the market so he could focus on his Alpharetta restaurant, Bite Bar & Bistro.

Before housing Bellwoods, the space at 1000 Marietta Street NW was home to West & Mill Bistro and Bar. Johnson opened his restaurant in August 2014 with a focus on gastropub fare. It isn’t clear whether the business is still on the market, or if there is a new owner with plans for a concept of their own.

Bellwoods Social House Closes in West Midtown [AJC]
Bellwoods Social House Is Up for Sale [EATL]
All Bellwoods Social House Coverage [EATL]
All Shutters [EATL]

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